About Halvor Lines

Halvor Lines - 1968 - Halvor Strong for 55 YearsIn 1968, Bill Vinje and four partners began hauling snowmobiles across Canada and the U.S. Since then, Halvor Lines has grown into a full service trucking company with more than 1,000 drivers and employees supporting operations in 49 states and Canada. CEO Jon Vinje and President Ryan Fraley honor Bill’s legacy by focusing on driver and customer service, investing in new equipment, and staying ahead of the curve on technology.

In 2020, they founded the Halvor Gold CDL Training program, a paid Class A CDL training program that lets you attend training full-time while earning a paycheck. Once you graduate, Halvor has plenty of great truck driver jobs for you to choose from.

Do you want to know more about becoming a professional truck driver or finding another role on the Halvor Lines team? If you’re new to trucking, check out our resources for how to become a truck driver, and the difference between a Class A and a Class B CDL. You can also visit our Careers section to learn about:

Discover The Halvor Difference

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CDL Jobs

Are you an experienced truck driver with a Class A CDL? Feel the Halvor difference! Drive newer model trucks, enjoy flexible home time and access a wide range of benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation and more!

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Are you looking for a paid Class A CDL training program? Our Halvor Gold CDL Training will teach you everything you need to pass the skills exam and get your Class A CDL – all while earning a guaranteed weekly income.

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Do you already have your CDL? Our Halvor Gold OTR training pairs you with an experienced trainer who will help you gain the skills and confidence you need to take your career to the next level.


Not Just A Job... A Family!

At Halvor Lines, we’re proud of our drivers and the staff that have made us a Best Fleet to Drive For ten years in a row. If you’re looking for a trucking company that puts its Class A CDL drivers first, we deliver. Click the links below to learn more about: